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I'm Meeting About Meetings Even

I'm in meetings all day. No time to post, and no mental energy to think of anything but work. Although I'm feeling good about work and really like being this busy, just not in meetings.

But can someone tell me when I'm supposed to get my actual work done if I'm in meetings all day? Besides finishing work at home after I try to put the baby bed and stay up too late and get up with the baby in the night/early morning and am too tired when I start my day and then have to sit in meetings all day...

I will update that the Pumpkin is doing SO much better! She's feeling better and sleeping better. She didn't get up until 4:45 this morning, although she didn't really go back to sleep after that. Londo and I have high hopes that after this sickness is gone and her other molar comes in, she will go back to sleeping through the night.

Hey, we can (day)dream, can't we?

Comments

La folle maman said…
We have but only hope. :)

As for the meetings about meetings, I hear ya. Gotta love consulting! To stay awake in those, I usually doodle incessantly until the darn things are over!
paola said…
Dh has the same problem as you. Meetings friggin meetings all day long, then fixing other people's problems, which leaves him with the rest of the time with his own stuff. I'm sure that when I'm telling him about my day, he is actually trouble shooting in his head, that would explain that vacant look that he gets. You're a champ though. I find it so hard dealing with my two monsters and one is away most of the day, and I don't even work.
Becoming Mommy said…
As for work, I'm there too. ONly I'm so busy trying to undo things others have messed up(rather than be in meetings) that I can't actually do my work.

Glad to hear the Pumpkin is better!
I'm Not Skippy said…
We're going to have a meeting to discuss why we don't have time do to our work. In it we will discuss the things we should be doing instead of meeting.

Or the classic, we're meeting to pick a time for our next meeting.

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